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Articles from Optometry Today (February 8, 2013)

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'Cassie's Law' introduced. Withers, Nikki Brief article 221
'Frame' show confirmed. Brief article 229
'The very best in ophthalmology': Optegra now has six hospitals in the UK exclusively offering ophthalmology services. OT's Nikki Withers caught up with Optegra's managing director, Gareth Steer, to find out more. Withers, Nikki Interview 1953
Achieving passage to India. Brief article 194
Anniversary relaunch. Brief article 146
AOP advises on optometric records. Brief article 169
Attendance equals prizes. Conference notes 330
B+L embarking on glaucoma drug study. McCormick, Emily Brief article 273
California dreamin'. Brief article 118
CET frustration. Chorley, Sarah; Gill, Arthur Letter to the editor 511
Charities join forces to improve eye patient care. Brief article 187
College campaign over eyes data. Brief article 131
Companies count the cost as Eye Show is cancelled. McCormick, Emily Brief article 273
Complete focus. Brief article 201
Contact lens fungus case. 431
Cool approach to managing hot lids. Patel, Amit 2871
Cycle challenge is confirmed for 2013. Brief article 148
Definitive launch. Brief article 114
Diagnosis and management of dry eyes: part 2. McAlinden, Colm; Skiadaresi, Eirini 1007
Drops for diabetic retinopathy trial. Brief article 181
Evening CET workshops. Calendar 601
Free marketing events. Brief article 111
Get together: following the launch of the new CET cycle, the College of Optometrists' conference, Optometry Tomorrow, offers practitioners an opportunity to get ahead in their professional development. Conference news 572
Leading from the front: the NHS reforms coming in to effect in April this year mean that the need for the optical sector to develop leadership skills to engage within the new landscape has never been more critical. Gill Brabner (pictured), learning and development consultant for the Local Optical Committee Support Unit (LOCSU), reports. Brabner, Gill 1244
Love your frames: Valentine's Day is a great excuse to add much needed colour to winter by brightening up practice displays and window. Here are frames to put you in the mood. Moss, Robina Buyers guide 599
Make a difference: the 2014 Commonwealth Games and Tour de France are looking for Games Makers to volunteer their services. OT's Nikki Withers explains. Withers, Nikki 616
Making it work: new in-house AOP employment lawyer, Heidi Blakey, offers the lowdown on the employment law service on offer to members. Blakey, Heidi 307
Man U football prize. Brief article 181
Misconceptions. Burns, David Letter to the editor 142
Monarch's choice: OTs Emily McCormick speaks to DO Roger Pope (pictured) about his journey into optics. McCormick, Emily Interview 693
New in the UK. Brief article 194
Opportunity knocks. White, John Editorial 340
Opti Munich is on the up. McCormick, Emily 442
Peer Review events success. Brief article 109
Preservative-free eyelid hygiene. Brief article 112
Raymond Crofton, 70. Obituary 202
Safeguarding whom? To ensure suitable training of those who come into contact with vulnerable groups, some common sense would be welcome, comments Richard Carswell, AOP interim chief executive. Carswell, Richard 409
Sight savers--real case studies: part 2. Asif, Shamina Case study 2880
The cream of coatings? Brief article 165
Turn sight to loved one call. Moss, Robina Brief article 219
Where there's a will ... thinking about the death of a practice partner may be an uncomfortable process, but as Christine Green reflects, being prepared now can avoid serious legal complications further down the line. Green, Christine 1562

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